Monthly Archives: November 2015

Graft body raps 4,900 for funds misuse

Communist Party of China (CPC)’s top anti-graft body announced on Sunday that over 4,900 officials were reprimanded for violating austerity rules in October, bringing the total punished this year to 36,600. The officials punished last month, including two provincial and

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Hope #45: Leaders who do not abuse government assets for personal use

The French prime minister Manuel Valls came under fire on Tuesday for taking a government jet to watch the Champions League football final over the weekend in Berlin, accompanied by his two sons. Opposition politicians demanded Valls apologise and reimburse

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Malaysia’s example of Grand Corruption

Despite Umno leaders dismissing the RM2.6 billion in Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s bank accounts as not a big deal, Transparency International chairman Jose Ugaz said it has all the elements of “grand corruption”. The globally renowned anti-graft fighter said grand

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Harapan #44: Leaders with legacy

…Mr. Najib “wants to leave his own legacy,” he said. “But what he does is verging on criminal.” Mr. Najib has denied allegations of abuse of power and urged patience while the country’s auditor general completes a report on the

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Ruling party concedes defeat to opposition party

Myanmar’s ruling party conceded defeat in the country’s general election on Monday, as the opposition led by democracy figurehead Aung San Suu Kyi appeared on course for a landslide victory that would ensure it can form the next government. Source:

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Hope #43: Leaders who have the people’s confidence and trust

“For those who had been entrusted the responsibility, do not blame people for losing confidence and trust in you, but think of why they no longer have the confidence and trust in you” source: The Star

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UN Secretary condemns extreme elements, hate speech before elections

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon hit out Monday at “extreme elements” in Myanmar who are sowing hate speech and bigotry towards religious minorities, days before the country votes in landmark elections. … In a statement put out by his office,

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